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GT

Means Gross Tons/Gross Tonnage as defined by the International Convention on the tonnage measurement of ships (1969). In the case of unregistered vessels, Orthios, or its Agents, at its discretion, estimate a GT figure for the application of any GT-based charges.

Berth Dues

Applicable to all vessels calling alongside, and for anchoring, at the jetty. 

Day

Starts from midnight, a period of 24 hours, or any part thereof.

Bank and Public Holidays (Wales and England)

Including New Years Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Early May, Spring, Summer, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Cargo Dues

Charged for the transfer of cargo, between ships or between ship and shore, but do not include stevedoring and other ancillary charges. 

Bunkering Surcharge

Fuel provided by third parties will be subject to a surcharge (to be clarified on request).